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There was record attendance at this year's Mid-America Celebration of Twirling Contest and Clinic. The event was themed "Reach for the Stars" and many twirling stars were present for this 2-day event including Megan McGeary, Chelsea Russell, Savannah Miller, Simone Esters and Grace Wood.
TwirlZone is relaunching our site with some highlights from the Spooktacular Baton Twirling Contest held in Omaha (Bellevue), Nebraska. Twirlers from Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska dressed up in their Halloween best for this fun event!
Cast a vote for Karrissa Wimberley to be elevated to the final 5 as a candidate for the prestigious Sullivan Award (http://aausullivan.org/). Karrissa represents the sport of baton as one of 12 semi-finalists for this award. Voting ends at the end of the day on February 25!
We always love to hear when twirling makes the news. Twirltacular lead by founder Mary Molder did just that! On Jan. 29th, twirlers from across the US showed-off for the local news station at Twirltacular Tallahassee. The competition was held at Godby High School.
Make sure to tune into NBC on Thanksgiving Day, 2010 to see Sue's Stepper-ettes as they march in the 84TH ANNUAL MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE. The Nebraska baton and pom team is one of only 10 special performance groups selected from more than 75 applicants nationwide. 110 Stepper-ette team members will take part in the Macy’s Day Parade. Read on to see the video!
October is shaping up to be a crazy month for Meredith Winnefeld of Colorado. Meredith has been busy performing with her Arapahoe High School Tom's dance team and practicing her twirling as is always the case it October but this year several exciting audition opportunities have come her way.
Savannah – The nation’s best baton twirlers thrilled the crowd and impressed the judges during the 2010 U.S. National Baton Twirling Championships, held July 12-17, at the Savannah Civic Center in Savannah, Georgia. Nearly 800 athletes from 24 states and Washington, D.C. vied for national titles in individual, pairs and group events during the competition, which was sponsored by the United States Twirling Association (USTA).
Nearly 800 baton twirlers, including the best sport baton twirlers in the nation, are currently in Savannah for the 2010 National Baton Twirling Championships, July 12-17, at the Savannah Civic Center. The competition, sponsored by the United States Twirling Association (USTA), is free and open to the public.